International Student Network
The International New Student Network at UW Bothell is a community in which information, support, and resources are provided for first-year and transfer students who self-identify as being an international student. If you also identify with this network and would like to join, feel free to contact the Network Leads by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a number of resources available in the community and at the University of Washington Bothell for international students. As part of your orientation process, you will have the chance to learn more and connect with this Network and its members.
To learn more about the unique experience that we will create for International Students during the Advising & Orientation session, please check out our website.
- Academic Advisors: To help you get started at UWB, the advisors on campus can work with all first years and pre-major students with their career and/or academic based goals.
- Center For International Education: The Center for International Education (CIE) consists of a team that welcomes and enforces global perspectives within the Bothell community. The advisors can assist with documents, applications, work authorizations, and other records for all international students.
- International Student Advisory Board (ISAB): As a part of the Center for International Education (CIE), the International Student Advisory Board (ISAB) is for international student representatives to advocate for student needs at UWB.
- International Clubs and Organizations: If you want to get involved on campus and find your community, check out some of the clubs and organizations at our school.
Internationally-Focused Grocery Stores Nearby:
- H Mart
- Swagath Indian Grocery Store
- Byblos Mediterranean Halal Arabi
- Eastern European International Market
Why We Became International Student Network Leads
Because diversity should be celebrated!
“Because even though we come from different places we are still a Husky Family here!”
“I find it interesting to learn about perspectives from different cultures!”